Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE DAILT SATURDAY. MAY 12, Ifll? More Time in the Sunshine because no time lost making fires or watching undependable equipment. Each gas buner on McClary's ranges is adjustable to give the per- fect, efficient blue flame. See our latest style cabinet range, Booklet free." Gas Ranges Bum naruril or nunuiactuicd gia. TOXOSTO, IT. JOBS, no., HUE- MOSTHZAI, TIKOTSO, T1HCOUYI1; os, CALGUIT. Eisxiioojr, IDHOXTOK Subscriptions fallow Seeding Cross Work OTenlnp HEM rcrresluufr.ls wcro serv- ed by (he laiuca Ibe church; TLe> of Iho National AiUhc-iu jrougbt a very uveulUj; -oso i The romuillleo hsvp useulcols la baud iM llic HeS CrvSa dauco which IB to tw bfH FrU Jay AFC making, inefaratlcns (or bis cveul. U Is exiled tlmt muelc ylU suvpllfd by musicians from l.eihbrldge. and a supper vlll to scrvcJ tiy members of tlic Heel Cress Scdfly. Tho luwcedi nrc [or Hie locnl work ami u good sum Is te- lug looked (or. Land Offend at Acre Bnt Some Was Bought'at 512 an Acre Mar Ihe public, accounts commHlee today an Inquiry was commenced.into the purchase by tic government of the Cemp Borden which Includes acres for which Ibe sum or- TTM paid. No witnesses' vare examined hul H B- DeTlln caused to tie put on the records the original agreement be- llvccn-Sir Edward Kemp (then Hon. A- E. acting minister of mil- itia, abd James Barr, of Toronto, ttrongb Trhom toe lands ivere secur- ed El.lrie price" ol acre. The agreement provided that In Lue ovent of tic'land secured exceeding 17300 acres Mr. Barr was to receive an sd- difion' of J12 per'acre plus mEd In case it did not amount lo 17.300 acres, there was to be deduct- ed 112 per acre on the deficiency. Mr. Ban staled in the agreement hat be was the owner or rjad conuol at the time of acres of tbe land In quesUoa. The agreement was dat- ed April 10. 1SI6, and tbe deal was to be closed before -May 10, 1916. There ns also produced a letter written by J. T. Darnes of Toronto, to Fred Smith Montreal, the owner of eorne of the land whfch now consti- tutes Camp Bordeh offering him on of the government fS per acre for the same. This letter was dated September !S, 1916. -The' auditor-general who read these documents at Ibe ui Sir. TjeT- liu, said he was hot familiar with the matter and his examination -was not proceeded with..